April is Alcohol Awareness Month, a campaign founded and sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD). This movement was established in 1987 to encourage communities to start the conversation about addiction and help reduce the stigma around alcoholism. Did you know? Over 65 million Americans reported binge drinking last month. (That’s…

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The United States is in the middle of an addiction epidemic. Addiction is a disease, and nearly 20.5 million Americans suffer from it. Shockingly, more people died in 2015 from drug overdoses than car accidents, and almost 88,000 people died that same year from alcohol-related causes. Out of all those deaths, only about 10 percent…

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